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The day started off in a cultured fashion visiting the floating markets. The end of the day was slightly different. We set off early morning to the markets, they were great to visit with lots of local food being cooked & sold on the river and the usual jewellery and fake clothing. Steve opted for some chicken from a BBQ on a boat. Even I was brave and had a couple of spring rolls. Once we looked around ...
... a dodgy back-alley. After negotiating a price which now still seems extortionate we entered the show, and were both immediately horrified. We won't go into too many details but after Eloise had a close shave with a flying ping pong ball we decided to leave quickly. We left with two burning questions, firstly why had we just spent money on that and secondly how was what we saw even possible. We returned to the hostel for a well earned rest and hopeful that we would 'un-see' the evenings ...
... to every person. You sit in the coffee shop in a strange city and nobody knows who you are, or cares, and you shed your checkered past and your motley credentials and you face the day unarmed and some day in the distant future, you will stop and turn around in astonishment to see all the places you have been to in your mind and immerse oneself in glorious memories.I am bound for the beautiful Phi Phi islands tomorrow saving any other ...
... and crash.
I walk up to an open air counter that says "Metered Taxis." I give the young lady the address of the hotel and she in turn gives it to the next guy queued in the taxi line. He grabs my bag, puts it in the trunk of a late model Nissan (WOW a REAL car!), I get in and we drive off.
I can tell he's not clear on the address and I forgot to print out directions. But I did remember to save a pinned map on my computer, so I pull ...
... is going to bankrupt the country? Of course not. You just want your money - today - in exchange for your vote - today.
So the problem is not with the Thai farmers who vote for populist policies proposed by a rotten, corrupt government - any more than you can blame US problems on the illegal Mexican immigrants who are allowed to vote for the Democrats in US elections: Given a chance, people will vote for their interests. The problem lies in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility